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Shay'Lee Dayman has gone swimming with jellyfish, camped with kangaroos and will now compete with the Red Hawks women's basketball team. [Read More]
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Bareback rider Bill Tutor hopes to get a piece of the purse and a Round-Up buckle. The Huntsville, Texas, cowboy made a ride of 85... [Read More]
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The march is part of an international movement aimed to stop rape and sexual assault, and works to educate the public about gender violence. [Read More]
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About a hundred people marched in heels down Hilltop Drive for One SAFE Place's annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event. [Read More]
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The Mercy Warriors softball team rode four-run innings in the fourth and sixth, coupled with solid pitching from Aubrey Bell, to a 10-2 win Friday... [Read More]
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In Redding today the city began accepting proposals for cannabis-related businesses. [Read More]
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The Shasta County Sheriff's Office on Friday successfully found an autistic child that went missing outside his grandfather's residence in the Redding neighborhood of Keswick. [Read More]
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Lauralyn Palmer is 5 feet 2 inches tall, about 140 pounds, has gray hair, and wears glasses. [Read More]
The boy, 5, had autism and was spotted walking on the Sacramento River Trail, about a half-mile away from his home... [Read More]
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April 20 is the traditional day for cannabis celebrations, and 4:20 p.m. as a time to toke up, owing to marijuana mythology but it took... [Read More]
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Friday was 4/20, a day traditionally celebrated by marijuana users , which had a special significance for California smokers. [Read More]
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A 40-year-old Anderson man accused of stabbing an elderly couple to death will face a jury more than two years after the alleged killings. [Read More]
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It's been more than two years since Anthony Baxter allegedly killed two people. Why has it taken so long to go trial? [Read More]
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A Hayfork man who vanished from a Redding hotel Thursday was found driving the wrong way on I-5 later that night. He's safe and... [Read More]
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Thurman Knowles... [Read More]
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Quincie Cross... [Read More]
Nerd Chicks Andrea Eldridge and Heather Neal discuss tech-related issues and opportunities. [Read More]
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About 110 children with disabilities participated in frisbee tosses, wheelchair races and other events on Thursday at Central Valley High School. [Read More]
Whiskeytown NRA plans a prescribed burn Monday on the Buck project area, a continuation of the March 2018 and 2017 work on the project. [Read More]
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